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Home security firm ADT drops 10% in NYSE debut

“ADT makes security devices including surveillance cameras and burglar alarms, besides automation products such as digital door locks and thermostats” writes Michael Sheetz for cnbc.com. With some 15 million alarms sold annually, the company is the biggest home monitored security company in North America.ADT is backed by private equity firm Apollo Global Management, which would own about 85 percent of ADT common stock following the offering.Shares of ADT fell 10 percent in the company’s market debut Friday, giving the home security products maker a valuation of $9.56 billion.ADT’s shares opened…

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Crypto News 

Fear not, the cryptocurrency pop group of your dreams exists

“There is now a full-fledged Japanese pop band dedicated to spreading the gospel of bitcoin and more” writes Martha Tesema for mashable.com. It’s worth noting that Bitcoin is recognized as legal currency in Japan, where the group is based.Everyone from Kodak to that stranger you swiped right on is hopping on the cryptocurrency wagon these days. Source: mashable.com Share This:

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Actor to make British stage debut in Chicago revival

“The Oscar-winning actor Cuba Gooding Jr is to make his British stage debut as Billy Flynn in a revival of Chicago in London” writes Chris Wiegand for theguardian.com. Gooding Jr – whose father sang with the soul group the Main Ingredient and whose mother, Shirley Sullivan, sang with the Sweethearts – will make his musical debut in the London production. Source: theguardian.com Share This:

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Over 100,000 people watched LaMelo and LiAngelo Ball’s Lithuanian debut on Facebook — and they were treated to a huge ad for Big Baller Brand

“The event was organized in part by the Ball family patriarch, LaVar Ball, hence the Big Baller Brand branding” writes Tyler Lauletta for businessinsider.com. LaMelo and LiAngelo Ball made their Lithuanian basketball debuts on Tuesday in the inaugural game of the Big Baller Brand Challenge Games. Source: businessinsider.com Share This:

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Big air snowboarding looks to thrill on Olympics debut

“Big air snowboarding makes its Olympic debut in Pyeongchang, bringing tricks, thrills and danger to the slopes” writes Midwest Communications Inc for 95kqds.com. Whoever emerges victorious with a place on the podium in Pyeongchang, the fans are guaranteed to be winners of the event as the big air looks to shine on Olympics debut.Pyeongchang will have the world’s biggest big air ramp standing at 49 meters with a maximum slope angle of 40 degrees, giving athletes more time in the air to show off their latest tricks. Source: 95kqds.com Share This:

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ZF’s mobility payment platform hits market in Q3

“Initially, the payment system will come preloaded on ZF’s ProAI computing system for self-driving cars, as a way to differentiate the product” writes Shiraz Ahmed for autonews.com. LAS VEGAS — German supplier ZF Friedrichshafen said it will introduce Car eWallet, its in-car payment system, in Germany in the third quarter.Car eWallet is based on an IBM-developed blockchain platform, a type of distributed data structure that ensures greater security.IBM developed the underlying blockchain technology, software that records transactions semianonymously, automatically and sequentially, entering them in a single digital ledger.An associated app…

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Mason Crane proves he has a future in Test cricket – and even the great Shane Warne liked what he saw

“To debut in an Ashes Test is hard” writes Michael Vaughan for telegraph.co.uk. To debut as a leg-spinner bowling to two of the world’s best batsmen in front of the greatest leggie of them all is even harder, but Mason Crane showed enough on his first day in Test cricket to provide encouragement for the future. Source: telegraph.co.uk Share This:

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Stuart MacGill called in by England to help prepare Mason Crane for possible Test debut in Sydney

“Former Australia leg spinner Stuart MacGill has been called in by England to help prepare Mason Crane for a potential Test debut in Sydney this week” writes Michael Vaughan for telegraph.co.uk. MacGill will work with Crane in the nets at the Sydney Cricket Ground from Tuesday with England believing the 20 year-old leg spinner is ready for a Test debut.If Crane plays in place of Moeen Ali he will become England’s youngest spin bowling debutant for 90 years. Source: telegraph.co.uk Share This:

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